Credit and licensing (paid for and Creative Commons) for the images used on Inclusion London’s website, in addition to direct crediting on page and in-file.
Inclusion London use images throughout this website and our resources that have been licensed or are used under Creative Commons licensing.
Where it is possible to detail the source, licensing details, and credits visibly on the page or within the resource, we will do so.
However, there are some locations where captions are not easily available, such as in our page tiles. For these images, we will place accreditation and details in accordance with the licensing in the information of the image. We also wanted to acknowledge the image banks used here as well to ensure that credit for images is easily accessible.
Where available, the descriptions of the sites below are taken from the websites themselves as the creators described them.
Images used include those from the following locations:
A collection of free-to-download images of Desi people, which represents the Desi Diaspora community as it is: modern, diverse and breaking down barriers and boundaries. Photos by Lou Jasmine (@missloujasmine) by The Unmistakables (@_unmistakables).
Images are used under the Creative Common Attribution No Derivatives 4.0 International license.
Disability Inclusive Stock Photography (https://disabilityin.org/resource/disability-stock-photography/)
Disability inclusive photography offered for use by the public by Disability: IN. Photographs were taken by Jordan Nicholson.
Images used under the Creative Common Attribution No Derivatives 4.0 International license.
Disabled and Here (https://affecttheverb.com/collection/)
A disability-led effort to provide free & inclusive stock images from our own perspective, with photos and illustrations celebrating disabled Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC). Images and photographs were taken by or created by multiple artists and photographers on behalf of Disabled and Here (credit given in image information).
Images are used under the Creative Common Attribution 4.0 International license.
Gender Spectrum Collection (https://genderspectrum.vice.com)
In 2019, after noticing a scarcity of stock imagery that realistically depicted transgender and non-binary people, VICE’s former identity-focused website Broadly created the Gender Spectrum Collection to help media outlets better show transgender and non-binary people in ways that go beyond clichés. Now, two years later, they are expanding the collection with a brand-new cast, further diversifying our library of free images. All of the photos in the Gender Spectrum Collection were taken by Zackary Drucker and Alyza Enriquez.
Images used under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International license.
The Jopwell Collection (#TheJopwellCollection) is an album of more than 100 free-to-download stock photos featuring leaders in the Jopwell community – social entrepreneurs, editors, techies, financial analysts, recruiters, marketers, student leaders, and even an Olympian – at work. The collection aims to improve representation of Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American professionals.
Images used under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.
Nappy was launched to provide beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people to startups, brands, agencies, and everyone else. Nappy makes it easy for companies to be purposeful about representation in their designs, presentations, and advertisements.
Images are used under the Creative Commons Zero license.
People First (www.peoplefirstltd.com)
People First is a national organisation run and led by people with learning difficulties. They aim to raise awareness of the rights of people with learning difficulties, develop the skill base of self-advocacy groups and individuals, and make sure that their voices are heard at government policy level.
Images are used under purchased licensing from People First.
A photograph library of Easy Read images featuring Disabled models and actors and consulted on by Disabled adults.
Images used under purchased licensing from Photosymbols (5666341257271).
UK Black Tech (https://ukblacktech.com/stock-photos/)
A collection of diverse images and photographs, free for public use, to improve the representation of Black communities working within the Tech field.
Images used under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.
Centre for Ageing Better (https://ageing-better.org.uk/news/picture-yourself-active-images-of-older-disabled-people)
Centre for Ageing Better and Disability Rights UK are making the bank of images available today to encourage journalists, organisations, and society to move away from damaging unrepresentative imagery and embrace more realistic depictions of later life and disability.
The library contains positive and authentic images of older and Disabled people – and the intersectionality between the two – getting active. Equally, these photos reinforce the important notion that not all disabilities are visible by including a range of experiences that are often not recognised within society.
Images used under the Creative C0mmons 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) license.
Women of Colour in Tech (https://www.flickr.com/photos/wocintechchat/)
If you run a simple search on “Women of Color in Technology” you will notice that there is a huge deficit of images displaying women of color in technology. This does not speak to the multitudes of Black women already in the industry, nor does it help with encouraging the new generation of CS or STEM majors of color. The #WOCinTech Chat stock photo shoot is a project featuring women of color who really work in tech, aiming to improve the representation of all the women who work in tech.
Images used under the Creative Commons Attribution license.
Bromly Experts by Experience (https://www.xbyxbromley.com/)
Bromley Experts by Experience (X by X) is a user-led Charity for Deaf and Disabled People and Carers in Bromley.
Images are under purchased licensing from Bromley XByX.
Humaaans and Open Peeps by Pablo Stanley
Humaans (https://www.humaaans.com/) is a mix and match vector library which can be used to make individual people or scenes.
Open Peeps (https://www.openpeeps.com/) is a vector library that works like building blocks made of vector arms, legs, and emotions. You can mix these elements to create different Peeps.
Both sets of image libraries are used under the Creative Commons 0 License
We also use and credit images from sites which collect images usable under Creative Commons licensing, including:
Creative Commons – https://creativecommons.org/
OpenClip – https://openclipart.org/
Pixabay – https://pixabay.com/
Unplash – https://unsplash.com/
WikiCommons – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
Public Domain Vectors – https://publicdomainvectors.org/
Different images within these locations are under a range of different creative commons licenses, so we adhere to the requirements of licenses for individual images used.